Python 3 Object Oriented Programming

Python 3 Object Oriented Programming had been reviewed already by a number of people in the python community and I’m lucky to have been given the occasion to read it as well. As most of the other reviewers I say that the book is pleasant, it’s easy to follow and crystal clear. It gives a good overview of everything you have to expect from python. The book is composed of 12 chapters The first 5 introduce the reader to basic concepts related to object oriented programming like Objects and Classes, Exceptions and Inheritance: Object-oriented Design, Objects in Python, When Objects are Alike, Expecting the Unexpected, When to Use Object-oriented Programming The next 2 delve into more python specific features and […]